a military reservation and U.S. Army training center in E Kansas adjoining Leavenworth, one of the oldest (1827) military posts W of the Mississippi and site of federal penitentiary.
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How to use Fort Leavenworth in a sentence
As part of a continual review process, the US Army Combined Arms Center at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas identified four factors that the Army needs to address to meet its 2028 and 2035 goals.Here’s how the US Army plans on winning the wars of our future | Rob Verger | August 12, 2021 | Popular-Science
Who knows how the former Bradley Manning will fare at Fort Leavenworth?
Manning is expected to serve his sentence at Fort Leavenworth, where he has been in pretrial confinement since April 2011.Bradley Manning: ‘I Will Recover From This ... This Is Just a Stage in My Life’ | Alexa O'Brien | August 21, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
All danger was over at Fort Leavenworth, where he parted from his escort and went alone to Washington.The Life of Kit Carson | Edward S. Ellis
The usual board of officers was appointed at Fort Leavenworth and Carson was ordered before it.The Life of Kit Carson | Edward S. Ellis
That year we carried all the Government freight that had to be sent from Fort Leavenworth to the different posts or forts.Seventy Years on the Frontier | Alexander Majors
This boundary is, however, nearly thirty miles (by the river) below Fort Leavenworth.
Probably Maximilian confused this with the boundary of Fort Leavenworth military reservation.